If you enjoy hunting and want to take the family with you for either the spring or fall hunt, consider Klamath Falls goose hunting opportunities this year. Klamath Falls is located in Oregon on the northern border of California and in the beautiful Cascade Mountains. The town itself is on the shores of Upper Klamath Lake, and offers ideal hunting, fishing and hiking opportunities.
Klamath Falls goose hunting is ideal for family holidays and vacations simply because there is so much to do. The town itself boasts museums, art galleries, shopping, theatres and a number of five star accommodations and restaurants. One of the largest populations of Bald Eagles in North American is found in the Klamath Falls area and bird watching is a popular pastime both for locals and visitors alike. There are many walking and hiking trails, day trips and horseback riding outings in the warmer months and golfing, fishing and even canoeing to keep the family occupied.
Klamath Falls goose hunting has gained in popularity in the last twenty years and is now a major goose hunting area for those that like to hunt in remote areas. Canada geese and white-fronted geese are very plentiful in the Upper Klamath Lake, but it is necessary to boat into the area as there is no way to get to the best hunting locations by vehicle. It is permissible to use decoys, blinds and dogs for Klamath Falls goose hunting on the lake, but all equipment must be removed at the end of each day. Occasionally very low lake levels can make getting into some of the more secluded areas somewhat challenging, so a guide is strongly recommended.
About 50 miles north of the town of Klamath Falls, goose hunting is prime in the Klamath Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. The road is not well maintained so there is little traffic to the area except serious hunters and professional guides. There are many restrictions in the area including the restriction to only boats without motors and specific areas where loaded guns are not permitted. For those that are not local to the area the access points to the marsh can be challenging to locate and map, so having someone that is familiar with the area is good idea. The marsh cannot be accessed more than two hours before sun rise and all equipment including decoys and blinds must be removed at the end of the hunt each day. Since the area is a wildlife refuge there is no use of any type of motorized off road vehicle within the area.
Klamath Falls goose hunting offers a unique aspect to hunting in remote areas while still enjoying all the comforts of a large, entertaining city within easy driving distance.